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at 6th and harrison street. we believe that the fire may have started in an abandoned victorian home on harrison street. this is right next to 880, the freeway. it is also on the same road that the posey tube comes out of. this could be causing some problems in the posey tube. it also could be causing folks to slow down on 880. these are pictures from earlier. you can see a lot of smoke. the fire initially started as a one-alarm fire but quickly went to two alarms when it broke out probably 30 to 45 minutes ago. christian is on the scene. christian, what can you tell us? >> reporter: frank, we just arrived here about ten minutes ago. let's give you a look. you can see flames still on top of this building. it is very much like what you described. it appears to be an abandoned building at harrison. traffic is shut down on harrison and on 7th street here. firefighters and police are routeing people around it. 880, as you said, looks like there is slowing traffic as people approach the scene of this fire. and then they speed up afterwards. so some rubbernecking as people try to see the s
partnership showing us this fire at harrison street. this is a three stores vacant building. tonight at six -- a developing story. we will continue to follow this story. and the building thankfully, is vacant with no injuries reported. we will keep you posted. gray skies and rain around the bay area today. here's a live look outside of the golden gate bridge and the bay bridge toll plaza. i'm in the weather center with kron4's jacqueline bennet. jacqueline. how much rain are we expecting? >> this is not a huge rainmaker. lingering, spotty showers. it is fairly light. just light showers are run the bay area. we did see some rainfall. as we look towards san francisco a bit of a break near sausalito and the peninsula, we to have the possibility of getting heavy rain fall back into the forecast. we are pinpointing heavier rainfall. with moderate this could be moving into the south bay. rainfall totals, have not been very impressive. napa getting one-third of 1 in. in petaluma, but otherwise, just one. hundreds are run the bay area. we will time it out on futurecast. >> pam: new at 6, if you are
to introduce and to introduce karen harrison who is also receiving this award tonight. karen harrison is a registered nurse and clinic manager at the native american indian center in oakland and a member from a tribe here in california. she started out as a medical assistant in 1985 with the native american health center and went on to get her registered nurse degree so she's been with the health center for 27 years and 21 of those years she has been a registered nurse. [applause] karen has greatly contributed to the native american health center and sharing her knowledge and wisdom with the whole agency and this goes out to the community as well and serves as a chair on the advisory community and board member of the friendship house and coached american indian children in the tribal athletics program and known as the coworkers as the patient whisperer and when there is a patient that is angry or agitated she is always successful in calming them down. she is a mother and her with her family tonight. can all her kids wave? and she is here with her sister and lots of friends and now
familiar with. and you know who did it. harrison: to be perfectly honest mr. wainwright i don't know why you just can't take the money like everyone else. because it's not just a matter of money, mr. harrison. isn't it? how many names did you manage to get on that petition of yours? we got over 200. two hundred! (scoffs) the petition is irrelevant. you're not building on highcliffe green because there's evidence of a settlement. what, because you found a few old coins and broken lanterns? we never mentioned anything about lanterns. but i will tell you that we found this. what is that? the coins are to pay the ferryman. the lanterns light the way to hades. and this, as mr. huntsville has verified, is a tubulus. they poured honey and wine through it to feed the dead. everything points to there being a major roman burial site underneath highcliffe green, mr. harrison. so no one's going to let you anywhere near it. (pounds the table) harrison: why?! why did you have to get involved in all that? don't you believe in progress? progress or profit? i think i know which one you
the eagle staff at this time. be shout out to larry harrison for taking care of our eagle staff. you maybe seated. calling up to the podium at this time michael lupdtin and vice president of the marketing and branding for this station. >> hi everyone. can you hear me? hello everyone. i am from kqmd and i wanted to welcome you to this eighth annual indian heritage celebration. we are honored to be honoring four heroes from the community who have tirelessly worked throughout the year to provide the kind of service that admissible media is about and engaged community and robust heritage is about. nominated by community leaders they have worked at the grass-roots level and share the highest values we all share. as a public supported media organization we are committed to this and in november we are celebrating american heritage indian month with special programs on our television channels including kqed and plus and world. many are provided by native american public television which is actually an organization that produces indian producers and countries with partnership with public te
there after. last and not least is the picture of the grand opening of harrison park and car go lane bike lanes both of which we have seeshed a lot of great compliments on and people are out there using them today and with that i'm available for any questions thank you. >> clean woods? >>> good afternoon commissioners conmarine woods water front den son, i want to thank for all of his hard work the blue green white project if you have not been down to harrison park since the new entrance went in, please go, it's absolutely beautiful. the bay front park shore line is has really opened up that park from the boulevard for people to use all of these projects really connect people with the water front. and they are very important and without the support and david's leadership, they would not have happened. i know that you will all worked hard to get to 2012 bond. i'm hoping that you can find some other money to do the north east work plaza's so we don't have to spend our bond minute on that and we can move it back down to the southern water front to help finish up crane copark and then
's that? harrison yeah, keep coming, bit more. good? hello. what's going on here? and who are you, darling? i'm sam stewart. i don't suppose you live in one of these big houses, do you? i do, as a matter of fact. that one over there. then this is your lucky day. we want to knock it down. adam: knock us down? yes. why? for the access road. access to what? all the shops and houses they're going to be building on the green. well, hastings may need shops and houses but why build on the green? i thought you'd be pleased. i am, i think. i should be delighted, i suppose. sam: it's exactly what you wanted. and, of course they'll pay you compensation. there's a meeting at the town hall tomorrow evening. that's not much notice. well, provided they give you a good offer, how much notice do you need? man: oh dear, more problems? i'm afraid so. (bird cawing) james won't speak to me. he won't speak to any of us. but you've seen him. i have. and? is there anything that can give us any hope? devereaux: deakin says you believe he may be innocent. that's right. well, do you real
project if you have not been down to harrison park since the new entrance went in, please go, it's absolutely beautiful. the bay front park shore line is has really opened up that park from the boulevard for people to use all of these projects really connect people with the water front. and they are very important and without the support and david's leadership, they would not have happened. i know that you will all worked hard to get to 2012 bond. i'm hoping that you can find some other money to do the north east work plaza's so we don't have to spend our bond minute on that and we can move it back down to the southern water front to help finish up crane copark and then the other project that have been so long in planning but really, thank you david. >> thank you. are there any i public comment? >>> david i gist wanted to tell you that you did a very great report. great thorough and i'm going through all of the project and everything that you worked on and i'm totally impressed this is very good work. thank you. >> ditto. very very good work and i'm really excited
of 84. &p3 harrison, a emocrat whoo represeettd ast baltimore's - 45th district, was the first africaa-americannwoman to in maryland.delegate harrison pad beee in hospice for some o'cloccktonight. a moment of silencc was held in her memoryy seesion. 3 a ity lawmaker is pushing to &pmake panhandllng on baltimore 3 3 city council woman "rikki" spector is introducing legislation that would make it illegal to solicit while standing on a roadway, lane says the itt, unliiee ordinance that ives police precise direction in ealing & with the issue. p3& (spector) "some of the panhandlers are so agreesive - and what'ssreally a thrraa is - thht thhy couud get hurt because ttey get in between the cars. aaddwe need to be able tooknow that it's safe, & aa well as the drivee." driier." 3 spector introduced the -3 prrposed ordinnnce at tonight's city coonccl meeting. she sayy, so far, she's faced no real oopoostion from -3 colleagues.... but admits the mmasure has a long waa to go.. &pbefore it's up for a vvte. 3 3 when it comes to raaens fans 3 them dd
but so much has changed for him. a boat crash, admitting to alcohol, abc 2news don harrison talked to him today about how he is facing this session. >> reporter: he has the added pressure from the controversy of a boat accident this past summer that injured him and six others. >> things have changed for me. . >> reporter: we sat down with him today and he was candid about his drinking and the aftermath of his boating incident this past august. two and a half weeks ago he admitted on his facebook page his drinking problem, seeking understanding from people, stating that i don't know if i am to be forgiven but i hope to regain your confidence. >> embarrassing at the time. i mean to have to basically lay yourself bare before the public and admit first of all that i was drinking the day of the incident, why did i do that? i did that because i had nothing to hide. >> reporter: he said that the pressure of last year's legislative session hit him personally. >> i had the issue of betrayal of three colleagues on the marriage issue. that was an issue i fought for many years so it was very pers
out a fire near downtown oakland. this is a three story vacant building we believe on harrison street. fire officials now say there is an injury that has been reported but they aren't elaborating on the seriousness of that injury. we don't know how the fire started or the circumstances surrounding it. the flames did break out about an hour ago, about 5:30 on a house on harrison street right next to 880. if you're going that way or pass that way, surely you saw the smoke in downtown oakland on harrison street beside 880. the home is in a thabd which is a blend of residential and businesses in the area. there are some reports of very strong odor from the fire. we'll continue to update the story as warranted throughout the newscast. >>> out in the open. women serve in combat. ask can anyone in the military. it's no secret. but until today it was against u.s. policy and that means that women were doing the work but not getting the credit. in a surprise move the pentagon enlisted a ban dating back 20 years. kris sanchez joins us with reaction. a lot of women are saying it's with about time
north on sixth street at harrison and then you've also allow for the parking on the east side of 5th street, you are creating much more gridlock. * calls almost to the point where you're going to get huge levels of service by up to e or f, and i am very concerned what you're going to do and how it's going to affect cab service because of the fact it's going to cause more gridlock on that street. please, you all, i invite you all to drive that all in an afternoon, particularly let's say on a thursday or friday, how to get into the city. and you know the cabs -- again, where the cabs are situated when there's a change of shift. so, if you want to harm service in the downtown area or in north beach or in nob hill, then go ahead and make traffic on sixth street going northbound worse. and this is what does it. thank you. >> thank you. >> mr. chairman, before you proceed, if i can just clarify that item w has to do with revoking the no left turn on 5th street on harrison. it does not have anything to do with hayes street. >> okay. so, we have, mr. yee, you want to respond to that, please
with a-b-c-7 news. the fire broke out at the home on harrison street near interstate 880 just before 5-30 tonight. the flames furiously burned for an hour and a half. kron-4's scott rates has been on the scene all night. and joins us now with the latest. scott? >> reporter: pam, i just spoke with the battalion chief. they are treating this as a suspicious fire. let me show you what is left of 621 harrison the firefighters are still making sure that everything else is out. this is what it looked like with our helicopter partnership from abc seven. flames were shooting out of this home they had to work quickly before it spread to any other homes. antiphon i have learned tonight that the homo was vacant. when firefighters are right to they found something interesting. it was on the roof of a home right next door. >> when we are right on the scene. this building they called and told the three people off and rescued individuals but they could have been involved in the fire. and the police department has them in custody. they are being questioned on weather or not they had anything to do wit
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monitoring the situation. traffic opened up on harrison within the last hour here. we've been reporting live since 6:00 this evening. earlier, we spoke with the mother of a woman who was inside that building when it caught fire. >>> fire burst through the roof of the building on harrison street. firefighters worked to rescue the people who made it out on a neighboring roof. the fire slowed the evening commute down. crews closed down 7th street in both directions. closed harrison, and slowed traffic to a crawl. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> the building owner is on scene. he reports that when the rain starts, people enter his building. the potential for fire is there. >> reporter: she says they planned an escape route in case of emergency. >> one of them said they were all together, and they showed each other what route, which way to go out in case of emergency. >> and it saved some lives you think. >> yeah, it did. >> reporter: her daughter was one of the people rescued on a neighboring roof, and detained by police. >> i don't think none of them started it on purpose. they
? >> absolutely. 101%. absolutely. >> reporter: vince harrison was staring at the gunman, a 15-year-old nehemiah griego, who early saturday morning according to detectives had just massacred his entire family and planned to continue killing until the police killed him. oddly enough, the former albuquerque police officer was leading a drill on what to do when a shooter is loose in a church when he came face to face with the reality. >> thinking about it, yeah, it sent chills up my spine. i'm not sure if he came here for help. this was his life away from his home. >> reporter: a home life that was hard, acoring to neighbors, who said the shooter's father practiced tough love. >> i think he was a tyrant. and the kids under that type of pressure. i didn't see any sign of love among those people. >> reporter: the heartbreaking details of what happened in the home starts with young nehemiah arguing with his mother, according to detectives. they said when she went to sleep, the 15-year-old took his father's .22-caliber rifle and shot her in the head. that woke up his brother. investigators say griego l
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, right. and he knocking it in and two of 11, 14 first quarter points. it was 23-6 and that is harrison barnes but here comes the clippers, he made it 35-12. and win over the lakers drains the 3. 48-25. how good was it going for l.a.? shot clock winding down. serious blow on what is happening, 94-56. late:30 quarter. >> gary wanted a full house for the home game versus gonzaga but students are still out on winter break. he offered hundred dollar hotel reimbursements out of his own pocketed for people that didn't have anywhere to stay tonight. the play is going crazy. then the opening tip. he throws it down, 33 on the game for him. kevin foster, 29, broncos trailed by 7 at the half. zags are up by 2, pretty reverse broncos played well, 81-74. >> randy bennett and st. mary's, st. mary's, george, look at this and count it. gales up 3 at the half. he had 12 off the pine and 50-41 and gales are pulling away. here is a steal and hanging and finishing 17, 74-61 and st. mary's are now 12-3. >> stanford's in southern california, they lost 15 of their last 16. cardinals and browns, he goes lefty
harrison y septima apagaron un incendio. >> esta madrugada con 7 votos a favor y 1 enontra se voto por este policía para que siga en el mandato. >> la alcaldesa dice que este nuevo proyecto ayuda a la comunidad- >> esta tarde se registro un tiroteo en la calle lincoln y stockton dos adolescentes fueron heridos de bala esto ocasiono el cierre de dos escuelas. >> andre bueno fue detenido por falta en el trafico y fue extraditado a san francisco por cargos de asesinato pendientes. >> este hombre de 35 años de edad enfrenta cargos de robo y asalto y se investiga si tiene que ver con la ola de robos de la ciudad. >> se busca eliminar a las sopladoras de hojas por la contaminación acustica pero los trabajadores en san mateo que son jardineros se preocupan. >> lo que para muchos es una simple máquina ruidosa para este señor es un herramienta de trabajo. >> en el invierno pasado sacamos toneladas de hojas pero sin esta herramienta no podemos trabajar. esto se ha convertido en una batalla entre quiénes quieren sacar estas maquinas y entre los que viven de ellas. >> actualmente el gobierno de s
. philippe? >> reporter: pam, we are on the 600 block of harrison. the fire department said that this is been vacant quite for some time. even squatters could be the cause for this fire. three men actually were found on the top of the roof on the next building of this burning structure. they have been treated. there is a company that is boarding up the windows and as you can see there or at least for water hoses onto the building. at least four of them. at 5: 21 they were able to contain the fire within three hours it was completely controlled. the never fire never hopped to a n adjacent building structures for however, this is what"take a look at what the scene looked like earlier." they noticed that three men were standing on top of the building that is now destroyed. they were treated for respiratory issues and a later detained by the oakland police department. it is possible they were responsible for starting a fire. >> what we did not realize is that they could be involved in the fire. the police department has been in custody. they are being questioned on weather or not they had involve
. there are eight other homes. don harrison, abc2 news. >> you can still's by donating. donating-- you can still help by donating. look on to abc2news.com/nola. >> each weir celebrities are asked to pick the champion. here's a look at some of the celebrities that are pecking the ravens. acttor jimmy walker from good times. basketball analyst dick vitale is picking the ravens. the actor from the sotto sopranos said the ravens. let as take a look at the other people, the people pick the 49ers. brady bunch star barry williams. fox news host bill o'reilly likes the 49ers. he also predictings the 49ers to turn it over twice. donald trump thinks the 49ers' defense will lead to a win. for a come list, log on to abc2news.com. >>> beyonce wouldn't reveal her pick for the big game today when she spoke to the media. this year's halftime act hasn't spocken since -- spoken since the lipsynching controversy. >> i'm well rehearsed i will be singing live. this is what i was born to do. >> there's been a lot of rumors about destiny's child's reunion and an appearance by jay z but beyonce would not say if that's
the human being. if it passes, it can be made into law right away. in annapolis, don harrison. >> for much or on the angles and the way cases involving bites should be handled. just go to abc2news.com/pitbulls. there's an interactive breakdown of the science behind dog bites. >>> one of the three major areas taking up funding is education. >> and the mayor says baltimore city schools des have thely need the cash to reach the goals. she says in order to educate children, more money is needed. >> heating systems, cooling systems, so we can make sure kids won't miss school when the temperatures rise. we need to make sure we're able to build new schools in neighborhoods that need new schools and we need that funding source. >> in the budget, governor o'malley has already budgeted $346 million. >>> now to the breaking news we brought to you first on good morning maryland. the algerian government is in the middle of an operation to free house tajes held in a compound. >> 10 were held but five are safe. the status of the others is unclear. the rescue operation is still far from over. >> reporter:
. nice block. harrison barnes gets the ball to steph curry. how about a baseline jumper from three-point range. count that baby. second quarter was the steph curry show. from three. no problem. moments later, shooting like raj mathai, from three. count it again, 25 points in the first half. that was a season high for anyone on the warriors this year. then the rookie. harrison barnes with the two-handed flush. everything going the warriors' way. they win, 115-94. >> we're a good basketball team. we were ready. and good basketball teams when they're sitting at home waiting for another team that worked the night before, now it's not going to happen all the time, but you impose your will. and we did a good job of, you know, fighting and getting a w. i'm sure we'll see a different clipper basketball team in l.a. and we'll be ready. >>> over to college. santa clara, second half. broncos up 6. a man by the name of yannick turns it over. coby dullen with the steal. that is what you call serious hustle. under a minute to go, kevin foster, he is looking to hit from deep three-point range, in
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